Brantley Gilbert helps raise money for victims of Waffle House Shooting



Brantley Gilbert is leading the cause for Nashville musicians to help raise money to benefit the victims of the recent Waffle House shooting. The singer invited media to his tour rehearsal in Music City yesterday (Wednesday, April 25th) where he announced a special T-shirt to be sold at his upcoming Nashville show on May 4th at Ascend Theater. The shirt reads "I Believe In Heroism" and features a picture of the bandaged hand of James Shaw, Jr., the man who managed to wrestle the assault rifle out of the hands of the gunman at the Waffle House. The shooting resulted in the deaths of four young local area residents.

Shaw joined Gilbert, along with indie rocker group Dashboard Confessional member Chris Carrabba, to unveil the T-shirt. 

The T-shirt will also be available at Dashboard Confessional's Nashville show at the Ryman Auditorium on May 11th. Proceeds from the sales will benefit the victims, as well as Shaw.


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